Rudy van Diggelen
Rudy van Diggelen
Professor Biologie, Universiteit Antwerpen
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The role of spontaneous vegetation succession in ecosystem restoration: a perspective
K Prach, S Bartha, CB Joyce, P Pyšek, R Van Diggelen, G Wiegleb
Applied Vegetation Science 4 (1), 111-114, 2001
Ecological restoration of rich fens in Europe and North America: from trial and error to an evidence‐based approach
LPM Lamers, MA Vile, AP Grootjans, MC Acreman, R van Diggelen, ...
Biological Reviews 90 (1), 182-203, 2015
Fens and floodplains of the temperate zone: present status, threats, conservation and restoration
R van Diggelen, B Middleton, J Bakker, A Grootjans, M Wassen
Applied Vegetation Science 9 (2), 157-162, 2006
Biodiversity management of fens and fen meadows by grazing, cutting and burning
BA Middleton, B Holsten, R Van Diggelen
Applied Vegetation Science 9 (2), 307-316, 2006
Wet meadow restoration in Western Europe: a quantitative assessment of the effectiveness of several techniques
A Klimkowska, R Van Diggelen, JP Bakker, AP Grootjans
Biological Conservation 140 (3-4), 318-328, 2007
Restoration success of low‐production plant communities on former agricultural soils after top‐soil removal
R Verhagen, J Klooker, JP Bakker, R van Diggelen
Applied vegetation science 4 (1), 75-82, 2001
Ecological restoration: state of the art or state of the science?
R Van Diggelen, AP Grootjans, JA Harris
Restoration Ecology 9 (2), 115-118, 2001
Light as an environmental filter in fen vegetation
W Kotowski, R van Diggelen
Journal of Vegetation Science 15 (5), 583-594, 2004
Variation in seed buoyancy of species in wetland ecosystems with different flooding dynamics
T van den Broek, R van Diggelen, R Bobbink
Journal of Vegetation Science 16 (5), 579-586, 2005
Distribution of clonal growth forms in wetlands
M Sosnova, R van Diggelen, J Klimešova
Aquatic Botany 92 (1), 33-39, 2010
Vegetation re‐development after fen meadow restoration by topsoil removal and hay transfer
A Klimkowska, W Kotowski, R Van Diggelen, AP Grootjans, P Dzierża, ...
Restoration Ecology 18 (6), 924-933, 2010
Ecological correlates of seed survival after ingestion by fallow deer
AM Mouissie, CEJ Van Der Veen, GF (Ciska) Veen, R Van Diggelen
Functional Ecology, 284-290, 2005
The effects of decreased management on plant-species distribution patterns in a salt marsh nature reserve in the Wadden Sea
P Esselink, W Zijlstra, KS Dijkema, R van Diggelen
Biological conservation 93 (1), 61-76, 2000
Manipulation of succession
K Prach, R Marrs, P Pyšsek, R Diggelen
Linking restoration and ecological succession, 121-149, 2007
The effects of drainage on groundwater quality and plant species distribution in stream valley meadows
AP Grootjans, R Van Diggelen, MJ Wassen, WA Wiersinga
Vegetatio 75 (1), 37-48, 1988
Responses of fen plant species to groundwater level and light intensity
W Kotowski, J van Andel, R van Diggelen, J Hogendorf
Plant Ecology 155 (2), 147-156, 2001
Prospects for fen meadow restoration on severely degraded fens
A Klimkowska, R Van Diggelen, AP Grootjans, W Kotowski
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 12 (3), 245-255, 2010
Estimating adhesive seed-dispersal distances: field experiments and correlated random walks
AM Mouissie, W Lengkeek, R Van Diggelen
Functional Ecology, 478-486, 2005
Vegetation succession in a floating mire in relation to management and hydrology
R Van Diggelen, WJ Molenaar, AM Kooijman
Journal of Vegetation Science 7 (6), 809-820, 1996
Biodiversity, vegetation gradients and key biogeochemical processes in the heathland landscape
MCC De Graaf, R Bobbink, NAC Smits, R Van Diggelen, JGM Roelofs
Biological conservation 142 (10), 2191-2201, 2009
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